There is a revolution happening, and within two years I think that Wi-Fi and Netflix will be built into all the televisions.
In 20 years from now we will all be able to click and watch TV.
I've worked very hard, but my life's always been fun.
It turns out that all Netflix streaming peak on Saturday night can fit inside a single fiber optic, which is the size of one human hair.
In fact, technology has been the story of human progress from as long back as we know. In 100 years people will look back on now and say, 'That was the Internet Age.' And computers will be seen as a mere ingredient to the Internet Age.
I founded Netflix. I've built it steadily over 12 years now, first with DVD becoming profitable in 2002, a head-to-head ferocious battle with Blockbuster and evolving the company toward streaming.
Stone Age. Bronze Age. Iron Age. We define entire epics of humanity by the technology they use.
There's a finite market for DVD-by-mail, and the growth over the next 10 years will be in streaming.
I think there will be 20 years of evolution from linear broadcast to internet television.
Broadcast TV is like the landline of 20 years ago.
Most entrepreneurial ideas will sound crazy, stupid and uneconomic, and then they'll turn out to be right.
But as an entrepreneur you have to feel like you can jump out of an aeroplane because you're confident that you'll catch a bird flying by. It's an act of stupidity, and most entrepreneurs go splat because the bird doesn't come by, but a few times it does.
Great leaders, like Steve Jobs or Jeff Bezos, also focused on the long term.
In hindsight, I slid into arrogance based upon past success.
At Netflix, we think you have to build a sense of responsibility where people care about the enterprise. Hard work, like long hours at the office, doesn't matter as much to us. We care about great work.
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